I should have posted these up sooner, been busy. Our baby shower invites--I used a big ole rubber stamp and some blank coasters as my printing method. Seemed appropriate for an outdoor bbq.
over 1 year ago
Those baby shower invites are awesome, man. Wish you hadn't run out of them because it'd be sitting on my coffee table with a stein on top every single weekend ;)
Thanks! I can always make more :)
Thanks! Rubberstamps.net :)
This is so awesome. The texture made by the stamp / coasters looks amazing.
Thank you! They came out pretty well, almost exactly what I was hoping for. Coasters are such a neat paper stock to work with.
Great work! Not a bad idea to have the BBQ as part of it so the guys can be involved too 8)
For sure, that was the idea. We didn't want it to be overly formal or not fun for everybody.
@Brian Leach lovely piece of design ++
by Brian Leach
Thought people might like to see a little more detail on the paper stock here. Coasters! Such a great material to work with.
over 1 year ago
Another detail image of the baby shower invites I put together earlier this year. I'll dump these all into a project for those who would like to see process.
Stamping out a whole pile of these little guys! This was probably an afternoon's work.
Here are the stamps I used to churn these bad boys out. At this size, they do take a while to load up with ink and you need to be careful about misregistering anything.
In progress. Basically I got the dimensions for the stamps by this point and fired up Illustrator.
And the obligatory sketchbook shot, at an angle, with some depth of field and the tool I used to sketch with prominently displayed. Bonus hipster points: I shot this with a 70s Canon 50mm macro on my new digital camera.
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